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travel time round two, here is a live look at philadelphia international airport where thousands are hoping for a smooth flight home after the long holiday weekend. in a live report we'll find out how the crowds are navigating security. it's a cold start for travelers. here's a live look outside at 30th street station plenty of people coming home by train. the winds will be picking up a little bit later on today and we are tracking some rain later on this week. plus celebration and mourning. the world reacts to the death of fidel castro including local cuban americans now wondering what's next for their family's homeland. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today," i'm rosemary connors. it's 6:00 on this sunday. we will wrap up the weekend on a chilly note. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all in the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> that's exactly right. certainly cooler than we were yesterday. right now temperatures to yesterday at the same time and
we are definitely colder. 12 degrees cooler. 7 degrees in philadelphia, trenton as well. atlantic city 12 degrees cooler. you're going to notice the difference. winds have dipped a little bit so you're not going to deal with an extreme windchill to start. some of us feeling like low 30s to kick off the morning. actual temperatures right now mostly in the mid 30s. definitely a difference from the 40s that we saw yesterday. radar and satellite a tight view, still some clouds and we will see that little cloud/sun mix because we have a little more cloud coverage to the north starting to drop to the south. but overall especially through your afternoon this is going to be a mostly sunny and pretty nice day for us. philadelphia 39 at 8:00 a.m., 47 by 11:00 a.m. winds starting to pick back up to 15 miles per hour by 11:00 a.m. those winds will continue to pick up into the afternoon, temperatures back around the
50s, we'll track the rest of your sunday, and the details on your work week in just a bit. we have new information now on a crash that has part of the new jersey turnpike shut down. state police confirm that five cars are involved in the crash. they tell us no one is seriously hurt. that's the good news here. but, the turnpike still shut down southbound north of exit 7 in bordentown township. new jersey state police tell us it will open again shortly. we're going to continue to update you throughout the morning. today is one of the busiest travel days throughout the year with plenty of people returning from their thanksgiving holiday. 30th street station will be packed with travelers coming home by train. amtrak is adding extra trains to the northeast corridor, the acela express and the northeast regional lines to make sure everybody gets where they need to go. amtrak will also run holiday express trains between new york and washington, d.c. there will also be plenty of drivers on the roads today. here is a live look over the schuylkill expressway. penndot expects the volume to
pick up as the day goes on. you will want to give yourself plenty of extra time. and as we think about that accident over on the new jersey turnpike, be safe today. stay safe out there on the roads. philadelphia international airport will see thousands of travelers as well. nbc 10's monique braxton is live this morning to tell us how the crowds are making out. monique? >> well, the crowd getting larger, rosemary. take a look just over my shoulder. phl folks estimate about 85,000 people will pass through the terminals here today alone. as we arrived just a few dozen passengers were preparing to go through security checkpoints. as you can see that crowd has grown tremendously. but the lines appear to be moving smoothly. also we've been keeping an eye on the departure and arrival boards. so far so good no delays. we met one college student heading back to louisiana for school. >> it was good.
it was a nice break after about four months being away. >> and you're leaving early? >> yes. early bird gets the worm as my mom says. >> so you're taking that back to school with you that advice? >> trying to. >> at the start of the thanksgiving holiday weekend, aaa estimated more than 48 million americans were expected to travel 50 miles or more for the holidays. an increase of about 1 million from last year. aaa is also predicting a record 3.6 million people are expected to be flying through tomorrow. we're going to keep an eye on the traffic here as well as the boards and keep you abreast. live now from phl monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> keep all the travel information you need at your fingertips. down load the free nbc 10 app for traffic problems and weather updates where everyou're going. many members of miami's cuban-american community are still celebrating the death of
fidel castro. you're looking at an aerial view of little havana around midnight. the former cuban leader died early yesterday. he was 90 years old. reaction in the u.s. to castro's passing appears to be bittersweet. thousands of people are cheering but many wish their loved once who escaped castro's half century regime had lived to see his death. one cuban-american said she's hoping for change once castro's brother raul, the current cuban president who is now 85, is no longer in power. >> hopefully we will have a future democracy in cuba and i'll be able to go back and visit the land of my birth. >> president obama, who moved to normalize relations with cuba, says history will report and judge the enormous impact of fidel castro. president-elect donald trump says fidel castro's legacy is one of firing squads, poverty, and the denial of fundamental human rights. it was back in 1961 when president eisenhower closed the u.s. embassy in havana because
of castro's close ties to the soviet union. months later, president kennedy approved what would turn out to be a failed u.s.-backed invasion of cuba which brought the world to the brink of nuclear war. fast forward to last year when president obama reopened the u.s. embassy in havana. commercial flights from the u.s. to cuba resumed this summer for the first time in half a century. cuba's tourism business is taking off even though tourism there is still technically off limits to americans. the cuban government declared nine days of mourning which canceled events and closed businesses. cuban americans in our area are also hoping fidel castro's death brings about some real change. hamilton township councilwoman elena shurmer was born in cuba. she says explaining castro's death to her own children has been a surreal experience. >> i said i'm happy. i'm happy. and i don't want to feel happy about somebody being dead.
but i actually feel happy that he's gone. my parents couldn't freely go back and forth to cuba if my grandmother was dying, my father couldn't go see her. you know, they separated a family. >> another cuban-american lawmaker from new jersey, u.s. senator bob menendez says fidel castro's death opens the way for possible democracy in cuba. menendez opposed president obama's move to restore diplomatic relations to cuba over the past few years. democratic senator laid out conditions for that kind of arrangement. >> release all political prisoners. hold free elections. let the commission for human rights enter the country. and then, and then you can have a relationship with the united states. >> menendez also wants cuba to return fugitive joann chessemar convicted in the shooting death of a new jersey state trooper in the 1970s.
you can read more local reaction to castro's death and take a look back at his legacy for cuba and the world all right now on the nbc 10 app. you may not be the only one waiting for that holiday package to arrive. porch pirates are also out in full force ready to snag holiday gifts before they even get into your hands. we've got the tips to help you protect those gifts just ahead. and high tech holiday, the south philly neighborhood lighting up the season in a very special way. we'll show you where you can brighten up your night.
now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> welcome back. live look outside across our neighborhoods. right now winds not terribly strong. you can see that, 5 to 10 miles per hour currently. temperatures, that's another difference. we're in the 30s right now instead of the 40s like yesterday. some of us closer to the lower 30s. we're at 38 in philadelphia, 34 the suburbs.
and new jersey and mid 30s for lehigh valley as well as delaware. these temperatures still going to climb to upper 40s to low 50s. pretty similar to yesterday in the afternoon. also the winds are going to start to pick up again. very similar to what we saw on our saturday. the difference will be a little more clear conditions than what we saw yesterday. we're already starting to note that on the board. a more sunny forecast. through philadelphia today, 42 at 9:00 a.m., 41 by 9:00 p.m. forecasting right in the low 50s. in the suburbs we will cap in the upper 40s. 47 the temperature by 1:00. right around there for the lehigh valley. parts of new jersey, delaware, pretty similar to low 40s by 9:00 a.m. by 1:00 in the afternoon, upper 40s to close to 50 degrees. those clear conditions as we move into the overnight. a good forecast today. pretty good for your monday, as well. we'll talk more about monday the forecast for the eagles game and when rain chances start to return coming up.
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'tis the season to protect your holiday presents. porch pirates, or people who steal boxes left on your doorstep on high alert for crimes of opportunity this time of year. nbc 10's matt delucia talked to the experts and has some advice about how to keep your gifts safe. >> more than half of americans are expected to do some kind of holiday shopping this weekend. and altogether this season, $117 billion are expected to be spent online. those gifts often show up at your doorstep or to the person you're giving the gift to. and every year we show you videos just like this one, home surveillance cameras catching thieves grabbing packages after they've been dropped off. one is your way found that 23 million people have reported packages being stolen from their homes in the past. we spoke with police lieutenant chris flanagan who said it all comes down to, most often, a crime of opportunity. >> also want to make sure that
if you go away you have a plan. don't forget about those packages if you're traveling for the holidays. make sure you work it around that because two to three days of packages being left out not only can be a package theft but may open you up to a burglary. >> you can use the amazon locker. your package can be sent to boxes placed near stores or gas stations near you. you enter a code, the door opens and you grab your gift and head out. u.p.s. offers a similar service called an access point. for u.p.s. and fedex, they offer plenty more suggestions. you can provide delivery instructions to the shipper. you can change the delivery and route. and you can hold the package at a u.p.s. or fedex location. now the u.s. postal service, they give a similar suggestions. one consider an alternate shipping address like a neighbor or a friend. require a signature upon delivery. or you can hold your mail at the
local post office. bear in mind, though, that some of these services might cost you a little extra money so check beforehand to see what's worth it for you. most of this was about criminals seizing an opportunity. don't give them one and you can have a happy holiday season. matt delucia, nbc 10 news. now to our south jersey bureau today you with bring a shelter pet home for the holiday season. the burlington county animal shelter is continuing its home for the holidays event. all adoption fees are waived. the event continues tomorrow. well he's got skills both on and off the field. eagles safety malcolm jenkins pretty good bartender. he served drinks yesterday. you'll notice he's wearing red instead of green. that's in honor of jenkins alma mater ohio state university. it was all for a good cause.
>> the philly buckeyes enough to make a portion of the proceeds from today go to my foundation. >> jenkins and the eagles will be wearing black uniforms tomorrow night when they host the packers. ♪ >> the sights and sounds of the holiday season were on full display in northeast philly this weekend. the philadelphia boys choir and fifes and drums entertained the crowd at the american hertages grand illumination last night. the festivities wrapped up with a fireworks display. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. we're in the new jersey neighborhoods territory looking tt temperatures that are a little cooler than the philly ones we saw in the last half hour. some of us right around freezing, mount laurel, 30
degrees. lower 30s over much of the map here. audubon at 33 degrees. we trek further to the north about the same, mostly in the 30s. 20s as well, pep derton at 28 degrees. switching over to lehigh valley neighborhoods a little better off. areas north of philly mostly in the 30s. we do see some 20s south of philadelphia. 37 the temperature in allentown. the same for mertztown to start off your morning. remember, because winds are light but still picking up out there some areas do feel a bit cooler than they true. this is nothing compared to last sunday when we had the high wind gusts moving through. radar and satellite showing up. some clouds mostly to the north. very, very isolated spots of snow trying to fall in that northern edge of our viewing zone. we're not going to see much if anything in that area today. overall dry forecast for us, in our sunday. now as we move along that will change during your work week.
not today, though. today we stay on the dry side mostly sunny, spotty clouds out there. 51 degrees in philadelphia. the same for the shore and delaware and upper 40s for high temperatures everywhere else. we're going to make it pretty easily and fairly similar temperaturewise to just yesterday on your saturday. rain chances, though, really are going to boost in a few days. today we stay dry. monday for the most part we stay dry. but monday overnight we're talking midnight on into tuesday. technically tuesday. we start to see that chance go up. then notice tuesday, wednesday, even through your thursday, philadelphia, dover, atlantic city, and reading, all looking at those rain chances. especially on your tuesday and wednesday. and warmer air moving in with this we may be able to pull in some thunderstorm development as well. looking at the forecast, good news is for the monday game tomorrow, at the linc, packers and eagles, a good game forecast. if you're tailgating in the afternoon it's going to start to seem a little more cloudy
building in those clouds. 52 degrees the temperature. we'll drop into the upper 40s by kickoff. 8:30 start time, a later game and by end of game 45 degrees. light to low end breezy conditions. by end of game, cloudy conditions, as well. and we will start to track that moisture edging in from the west. but it looks like we'll stay dry for the game. we'll talk about your ten day on ten in the next 30 minutes. >> warming hearts for the holidays. the gift that's making a difference for kids in our area.
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there. later in the week chances of some rain. meteorologist krystal klei will have the details throughout the morning. from the shore to the mountains, the ski resorts are making snow this weekend hoping to open any day now. this is a live look at camelback mountain naming for a december opening day. . dozens of philadelphia kids will stay warm this winter thanks to operation cold war for kids. and members of a local chapter of alpha phi alpha fraternity. the fraternity has raised more than $3,000 for the coat drive so far. let's head to south jersey. not one but two chances to see a holiday family favorite on stage. the new jersey ballet will perform the nutcracker in millville. show times are 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. this is the fourth year for the holiday event in millville.
it is back to the future in fashion. one of the stories that's making headlines this week in business news. cnbc has a preview. retailers fight for your dollars, plus futures from the future. if you're looking for cyber monday shopping deals many are already available. both walmart and amazon unveiled online deals on black friday with plans for more offered over the coming week. some of the biggest earnings of the week come from the retail sector including tiffany's, ulta. investor also have their hands full with the heavy economic calend calendar, consumer confidence, personal income and pending home sales figures will be released on wednesday november auto sales hit on thursday, and the week wraps up with the big employment report on friday. finally a sci-fi goes on sale
this monday. nike's self-lacing sneaker hit sales 27 years after they showed up in the movie goings back to the future." but get ready for sticker shock, they'll set you back $720. get all your business news on cnbc. tennessee is where one winning ticket for last night's $421 million powerball drawing is sold. the $1 million winning ticket was sold in pennsylvania. so, in case you played powerball here are the winning numbers, 17 did 19, 21, 37, 44, with the powerball 16. my father place powerball in pennsylvania and in tennessee so my fingers are crossed this morning. time to head home again with check in with monique braxton. >> rosemary looking live now at phl you can see people are going through the tsa precheck.
and the line isn't too bad. over at the tsa normal check the lines are very long. but so far so good. no delays in departures. back in a moment. and we're tracking those winds picking up again coming yet again from the northwest. but what we're tracking more focused into your work week chances of rain we'll look at that coming up.
on the move. travelers are taking to the air, the roads and the rails today. it's time to say good-bye to thanksgiving and hello to home again. bargain hunting online. cyber monday will bring more deals, but how do you know you're actually saving money? we'll tell you what the experts have to say about it. and back in black. the eagles will play in prime-time tomorrow night at the linc wearing their black uniforms. we're getting you ready for game day.
nbc 10 news starts now. good morning welcome back to "nbc 10 news today." it's 6:30 on this sunday. eagles forecast, travel forecast today. a lot going on in terms of the weather. let's check in with meteorologist krystal klei in the first alert neighborhood forecast. >> mother nature must be on our side. we're tracking some big changes but they follow the travel and eagles forecast into the next few days. today mostly sunny. still a bit windy. similar to yesterday. into monday we're actually looking very seasonal. temperatures should be about where they are typically this time of year. and still some sun with increasing clouds. it's by your tuesday through your midweek that we track very rainy forecast. in fact we could see over an inch of rain pretty easily in some areas as a result of several systems passing. but that's still a few days out for today this morning here's what it feels like outside. definitely feels colder than yesterday morning.
i can vouch for that. 31 in reading. now at 29 for that feels-like in lancaster and. in philadelphia. 30 in cape may and dover at 31. mount pocono into the mid 20s. these aren't your actual temperatures but it will feel like on your skin because of the fact we've got some light winds moving through as well. those will pick up later today. won't be seeing any rain or snow. on the dry side for the forecast at least for a couple more days before we start to track those changes. you can take the sneak peek out with the seven-day forecast. more details coming up on that potential for rain. we're going to track out the showers throughout your work week. and when we could see the potential for thunderstorms all of that coming up in just a bit. >>le. >> the holiday weekend is just about over and now millions are hitting the roads, taking to the skies, and grabbing a train in order to make it home after thanksgiving. today is considered the busiest travel day of the year at philadelphia international airport. and that's where nbc 10's
monique braxton joins us live this morning. monique? >> rosemary at the start of this thanksgiving travel season aaa had predicted 3.6 million people would be flying. well take a look over my shoulder. the phl spokesperson here tells us 85,000 of owes airline travelers are going to pass through these terminals. when we arrived we saw dozens of passengers preparing to go through security checks. what a difference a few hours makes. the lines have grown tremendously. but they appear to be moving smoothly. we've been keeping an eye on the departure boards as well and so far so good. >> right now it's pretty smooth. not many people are here. but yeah the lines are smooth and check-in was okay. >> quickly if you're flying american airlines check your terminal as well as departure gates. there have been a few changes.
make sure you know where your going before you go through tsa screening. it's a 15 minute between "f" and "c" terminals so be prepared. there's also free shuttle service. and airport executives ask that you not wait on the side of the road talking to your loved one on the phone. there are free cell phone lots. we're going to be talking to passengers throughout the morning and have some of their comments for you. live now at phl monique braxton nbc 10 news. >> thanks for that monique. new information on a crash that has part of the new jersey turnpike shut down. traffic is now getting by on the shoulder in the southbound lanes near bordentown township. state police confirm that five cars were involved in this crash. they tell us that nobody was seriously hurt. that's the good news. some more information on exactly where this is happening again it's new jersey turnpike southbound lanes just north of exit 7 in bordentown township. state police tell us that they hope to reopen all of the lanes shortly. we'll keep you updated throughout the morning.
today will be a very busy day on the roads. and the rails. this is a live look over the schuylkill expressway sure to be packed a little bit later on but moving smoothly at this hour. penndot tells us travelers will see extra volume throughout the day on the pennsylvania turnpike there will be plenty of extra drivers between noon and 8:00 this afternoon. amtrak says today is one of its busiest travel days. live look at 30th street station. to help accommodate the extra passengers amtrak is adding additional trains on the northeast corridor. the acela express. and the northeast regional lines. amtrak will also run holiday express trains between new york and washington, d.c. keep your holiday travel plans moving smoothly with the nbc 10 app. on the app you can find traffic delays and weather updates and don't forget it's a free download. most of miami's cuban-american community continues to celebrate the death of fidel castro. you're looking at the aerial
view of little havana around midnight. the cuban leader died yesterday at the age of 90. some see castro's death as the end of a generation of tyranny. others warn more work is needed to bring about normal relations with cuba. thousands of people are cheerg but many wish their loved once had lived to see castro's death. millions began fleeing cuba when castro came to power in the late 1950s. the communist leader seized property, silenced the media and jailed dissidents. cuban-american citizens and politicians say he was a tyrant. >> he destroyed families. he destroyed a country. he destroyed practically a culture. >> all that it has cost, the sadness, the tragedy of death, his terrorism, that is the legacy of fidel castro. >> cuban-americans are hoping for democratic change when castro's 85-year-old brother raul, the current president of
cuba, is no longer in power. president obama, who has moved to normalize relations with cuba, says that fidel castro history will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him. president-elect donald trump says fidel castro's legacy is one of firing squads, poverty, and the denial of fundamental human rights. cuban-americans in our region remain hopeful that castro's death will mean a shift in policy and politics on the small island nation. reporter christian casarez from our spanish speaking sister station telemundo 62 spoke with a leader who says castro changed her family forever. >> what castro has done to my family is separated my family. >> reporter: ileana schirmer says the reason she is in the united states is because of fidel castro. after her parents fled a communist cuba. >> my parents couldn't freely go back and forth to cuba.
if my grandmother was dying my father couldn't go see her. you know, they separated a family. and brought a lot of pain. >> reporter: pain she says was her fuel when she came to this new country from her hometown of colon. now making history along the way as the first hispanic woman to serve in public office in mercer county. but her smile isn't the only one. >> it was something almost surreal. i've waited my whole entire life for this man to pass. >> reporter: inside this cuban restaurant a feeling of hope and a new beginning reflected on their smiles as the business is serving one free drink in light of what's to come. >> it's kind of a little anti-climactic because he is out of power essentially for ten years, but you know something that cuban exile community has been waiting for for close to 60 years. >> reporter: a change this local leader says was surreal as she explained what was happening to her children. >> i said i'm happy. i'm happy.
and i don't want to be happy about somebody being dead. but i actually feel happy that he's gone. all the horrible things he's done to so many people. >> reporter: councilwoman schirmer says she hopes to one day be able to visit cuba but knows that her life would be completely different, maybe even behind bars if she would have stayed in that country. mainly because she considers herself very opinionated. in south jersey, christian casarez, nbc 10 news. >> you can see more local reaction to fidel castro's death plus read more about his legacy right now on the nbc 10 app. 6:38 on this sunday. shopping small for a very big cause. we'll take you to the local stores cashing in on what's become an annual holiday tradition. and reviewing the results. hillary clinton's camp is getting behind the effort to recount the election results. we'll have president-elect donald trump's reaction after the break.
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> windy again. that's what we're looking at for your sunday forecast. is isn't terribly windy, not like what we saw last sunday. but winds will be picking up moving into the afternoon. gorgeous sunrise. clear conditions and those winds are already picking up just a bit out there. really they're not terribly strong currently. we're looking at winds around 5 to 15 miles per hour. coatesville the highest at 15 even. but areas like lewis pretty light. we're going to deal with winds strengthening in the afternoon to gusts of about 25 to 30 miles per hour. sustained winds around the 10 to 15-mile-per-hour range across the board.
a few areas 10 to 15 miles per hour. it's not going to be a day ruiner but you're going to notice it outside, the winds will be picking up. as for the temperature trend. friday at 53 degrees yesterday we only made it to 50. 52 is average. sa for us today. as we go into your next work week temperatures start to rise. but as they rise moisture is going to push right back in, as well. coming up we're going to track the chances for rain. how long they last. and details about how much rain we might be able to see as well. >> pretty decent day to head out to center city. grand opening ceremony for this year's christmas village. it's in philadelphia's dill worth park. the festivities began on thanksgiving day. this year the opener is split between the courtyard and building's northern apron. the village is open now every day through christmas eve. just about quarter till
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a scam. that's what president-elect donald trump is calling an election recount effort now backed by hillary clinton's campaign. yesterday clinton's camp said that it plans to support a recount in wisconsin. former green party presidential nominee jill stein is organizing the effort. the recount in wisconsin could start this week. stein also wants recounts in pennsylvania, and michigan. political observers say those three battleground states helped to decide the election. president-elect trump won 290 electoral votes compared to clinton's 232. it's the electoral vote that wins the white house. clinton leads the national popular vote by about 2 million votes.
in a statement the president-elect also called the recount effort ridiculous. mr. trump said, quote, the people have spoken and the election is over. this is a scam by the green party for an election that has already been conceded. a little bit later on this morning, "meet the press." moderator chuck todd will be sitting down with trump campaign manager kellyanne conway to talk about whether the president-elect can keep his promises. he'll also discuss the death of fidel castro and what it means for diplomatic relations with the u.s. that's at 10:30 right here on nbc 10. tomorrow's cyber monday is expected to be the busiest online shopping day of all time, generating more than $3 billion in sales. if you're planning to cash in experts say make a list before you shop online. if you weren't already planning to buy an item in the first place then a sale may not be saving you any money. know where to look. cyber monday usually has great deals on apparel, and shop safe.
use sites like paypal to check out instead of checking out as a guest on a website. the experts consider sites like paypal to be more secure. small businesses are also looking forward to a profitable holiday season after they say they had a pretty successful start with small business saturday. sidewalks were packed in delaware county as folks stopped in the mom and pop shops to check out the sales. at kathy's book store it's love of stories that created a niche. every book used to belong to somebody else in the community. but management tells us being sandwiched between big box stores can sometimes make it difficult to stand out. >> we're small business every day but it's special, especially important around the holidays and on these big shopping weekends when you're planning to spend a lot of money to think about where you're putting it. >> we also saw lots of customers
at stores in ardmore and manayunk supporting the small businesses vital to the economy. folks flocked for the perfect christmas tree. if you haven't gotten your tree yet don't forget to measure the space before you go shopping so you know exactly what size you need. right now on this sunday, if you want to get your christmas tree today, not too bad weather. meteorologist krystal klei is tracking it all in the first alert neighborhood forecast. i know you've been to the orchards recently to pick up a tree. what's going on? what's your plan? >> we picked up some apples and a pumpkin. now i need to go back to get a tree. we'll have to look into that. all right let's talk temperatures now. if you are getting out, a pretty good day to do it. these are some of your suburb neighborhood temperatures. 36 in west bradford township. a lot of mid 30s. west town township at 35 degrees. and some of us are on the cooler side.
collegeville, most of us about the freezing mark. fort washington at 25 degrees this morning. do remember as well as the feels-like values are in full swing this morning because winds have picked up meaning a little colder than it actually is as you get out the door. jersey shore neighborhoods, most of us in the 30s. upper township at 33. summer's point the same. 20s, mays landing usually one of the cool spots on this region, 26 degrees to kick off your morning. so, definitely a cold start. but later today it will be dry. you can do some outdoor shopping. radar and satellite, spotty snow showers to the north of us. we're going to stay with just some clouds and a good amount of sunshine throughout your afternoon forecast. here's a look. numbers right around the 50s. 51 degrees somerton. upper 40s for the suburbs and lehigh valley 48 in allentown
this afternoon and 50 degrees in diestown. then we drop through parts of delaware, new jersey, the shore, low 50s across the map. upper 40s. smyrna at 51 and wilmington, as well. rain doesn't come for several days still. dry today from your morning through your day to your evening at 5:30. notice no change on the board for your region. mostly sunny conditions. overnight we're clear into monday. monday looks pretty good as well. throughout the day, we start to build in clouds as we move into about midnight. this is when we'll start to see chances of rain begin popping up. midnight moving into your tuesday here. now they start off along the northern edge. watch as we move into tuesday. 9:00 a.m. now we've got a good area of rain starting to build out west. creeping into philadelphia. so, if you have the later commute tuesday, but the rest of the day, you're going to need that umbrella. maybe the rain boots because showers throughout tuesday and those chances will continue into your wednesday, as well.
take a look. this is your ten-day on ten. chances of rain for tuesday, wednesday, even early thursday, also temperatures on the warmer side in the 60s. which may allow for some thunderstorms. one to two inches of rain potentially at this point. throughout that several day period. then we start to dry out into your next weekend. this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. good morning to you, i'm danny pommells, csn college football was the flavor of the day saturday the stakes high for penn state who hoped with a little help from ohio state the blue and white would be heading to the big ten championships by night's end. penn state's fans more focused on what was going on at columbus at the beginning of this game. how about we go there first? double overtime ohio state/michigan. osu runs in the game-winning score to knock off the wolverines 30-27 much to the delight of the beaver stadium crowd. they know now a penn state win and they're heading to the big ten title game next week. barkley has been doing it all
sp year long. the kid flies high over the pylon a la ladainian tomlinson. a la walker payton, take your choice. the place is jumping. third quarter 17-12. penn state trace mcsorley looking downfield. seals the envelope on some airmail. great catch in double coverage. that's a touchdown and it's on. scary moments for penn state. barkley helped off the field with an ankle injury, visibly upset on the sidelines. he did not return. late third quarter penn state ices it. mcsorley once again airing it out. godwin behind the defense. mcsorley, four td passes, penn state headed to a big ten title match to take on wisconsin next saturday. >> we're honored to be able to play them in the big ten championship game in indianapolis. so, again i just want to thank everybody, humbled, humbled for this night. humbled for the type of support that we get. and just so thankful for the guys in that locker room. it's been special.
>> temple looking to lock up a spot in the american conference title game with a win over east carolina at the linc. second quarter tied. a yard away, the owls up 14-7. a minute later temple on the doorstep once more, thomas from three yards away 21-7 temple they do not look back they will face a tough navy team in the conference title game next week. fcs playoffs villanova hosting saint francis, first quarter aaron forbes up the guts for six. 'nova on top 10-0. later in the quarter, ryan bell does the rest, near sideline rumbling 59 yards. he's got reservations for six all 'nova and coach andy talley's final home game. they play south dakota state next week. to the pros the eagles and packers monday night showdown approaching. here in south philly at lincoln financial field. running back matthews has been ruled out for the game as well
as halapoulivaati vaitai. still in question is nelson agholor. head coach doug pederson said he may have to take a step back but pederson looks what he saw this week. >> he's had a good week of practice. i feel like he's in a good spot. he's done everything right this week. >> i'm convinced on what he's done this week and kind of know where he's hat and the confidences we've had. i want to get through the next couple of days of practice. there's always things that come up. on the ice flyers goaltender to make his first career start for the flames. he was called up after the injury to the backup goalie. the sixers will have joel embiid available to play sunday against lebron james and the cavs. should be a good one. embiid will not travel to toronto for monday's game against the raptors remember the sixers played the cavs pretty tight earlier this season. that's it for sports i'm danny pommells. >> holiday time is family time.
6:57 right now. the afterthanksgiving rush is back on this morning. nbc 10's mcis watching it all this morning at philadelphia international. monique? >> thousands of passengers are expected to pass through here. we've been watching people double-check their i.d.s, making sure their luggage fits the certified size. we'll have a live report after the break. >> and these feels-like temperatures are mostly in the low 30s. even some 20s on the map. meaning it's a cold start especially for areas in the poconos, but it's a beautiful sunrise and going to be a mostly sunny day. we'll have the details on how warm temperatures go coming up.
heading home. millions will be hitting the roads, the rails, and taking to the air to get back to work tomorrow after the holiday weekend. we're live at philly international checking the boards and security lines. big-time winner. we'll tell you where somebody won the powerball jackpot just in time for christmas. and we're waking up to a windy and cold morning. the weather will warm up this week but some rain will come along with the nicer temperatures. >> nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, welcome back to "nbc 10 news today," i'm rosemary connors.